More women than ever are being diagnosed and treated for ADHD, which has long been considered a predominately male condition
Charlie Health examines the gender-based disparities in the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD. 
From grocery cards to car repairs: How COVID-19 aid changed the way schools can help families experiencing homelessness
Chalkbeat discusses how pandemic relief from the federal government gave schools a means to provide families direct aid.
As storm season approaches, is your county a target for hail damage in 2024?
Roof Gnome ranked U.S. counties that are most at risk of hail damage in 2024 according to data from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Taylor Swift’s homage to Clara Bow
One track on Taylor Swift’s new album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” honors a long-celebrated, oft-miscast heroine of American feminism: actress Clara Bow. As historians of the 1920s, we’ve studied Bow’s fame and her cultural legacy.
Not ready to jump into a hybrid or electric car? Here's everything you need to know about partial zero emission vehicles
Edmunds explains how partial zero emission vehicles may help put more zero emissions vehicles on the road.

Only half of Gen Z say they are thriving, less than millennials at the same age

Wysa analyzed data from Gallup to see how Americans of different generations are faring when it comes to their mental health.

Marine Toys for Tots is Honored with Humanitarian Award

Marine Toys for Tots is Honored with Humanitarian Award

(NewsUSA) - Thanks to the ongoing support of the American public, the Marine Toys for Tots Program was honored to receive the esteemed Humanitarian Award at the 26th Annual CBS Family Film and TV …

Spilling the Secrets to Early Literacy

(Family Features) While there are no shortcuts to early literacy, consider these steps parents can take to promote the development of children's reading abilities.

New study shows 99% of materials causing sewage clogs should never have been flushed
(BPT) - Do you have good flushing habits? Flushing may seem like a simple, routine task, but unfortunately, many people flush items that can cause major problems for local and national sewage …
New Musical Toy Collection Aims to Aid in Child Development
(BPT) - Tiny Love® is an award-winning global toy and baby products’ company that puts special emphasis on baby’s development. With Tiny Love’s new Tiny Rockers collection, …
Still haven't filed your taxes? You've got this! 7 tips to help you get it done
(BPT) - Haven't filed your taxes yet? It's coming down to the wire, but there's still time. You've got this! File instantly, even on April 15, when you do it online, and get your refund quickly, too …
Why young adults need to be empowered to advocate for their own healthcare choices
(BPT) - Sponsored by SanofiFor many people, young adulthood is a time filled with newfound independence and responsibility. Reality begins to set in, with “adulting” tasks becoming part …
Mindfulness tips to support early learners’ development now
(BPT) - While mindfulness once felt like a wellness trend, it’s become a way of life for adults hoping to maintain healthier routines, be intentional in their work and handle daily stresses …

Decorate Your Way to a Festive St. Patrick's Day

(Family Features) Pairing Shepherd's pie and potato soup with green pints and Irish delights are surefire signs of St. Patrick's Day celebrations. A few seasonal touches are all it takes to complement a menu of corned beef and cabbage.

Extreme Weather Prep

(Family Features) As one season gives way to another, fluctuating temperatures can lead to extreme weather that puts your personal safety and property at risk.

Glow Forward with a Laser and RF Microneedling Treatment

(BPT) - It’s no surprise that one of the hottest beauty trends comes from a viral TikTok sensation.‘Glass skin,’ as beauty experts call it, refers to a smooth, dewy, and …

With an urban design mimicking natural forests, Colombia's second-largest city cools dramatically in just three years

Reasons to be Cheerful explains how "green corridors" that mimic natural forests are driving down a Colombian city's temperatures.

Upgrade your self-care ritual: 5 expert tips for a refreshing 'everything shower'

(BPT) - Your shower can be more than just a way to get clean, and the viral "everything shower" trend proved just how easy it is to build a head-to-toe self-care routine that provides physical, …

6 ways to smell fresher from your pits to your bits

(BPT) - There's a funny thing about body odor. It's not confined to your underarms. It can affect your whole body, from your pits to your bits ... and beyond. Ever get a whiff of your feet after a …

Be prepared: How to be ready for the morning after

(BPT) - There are a few hard truths in life — traffic is always worse when you're late, you'll never find that missing sock and accidents happen when you least expect them, including in your …

Meet the woman who helped inspire major advances for disabled travelers
The 19th introduces Emily Voorde, a longtime friend of Secretary Pete Buttigeg whom he credits for his understanding of traveling and navigating the world as a wheelchair user.   
How much do prices for health services vary within a city?
Care Better used its database, based partly on Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services data, to see how prices for the same services vary within a city.
Texas county's GOP officials declared election hand-count a success, but kept finding errors
Votebeat reports on hand-counting errors found in a Texas county's election results.
On paper, teens are thriving. In reality, they're not
When it comes to teen mental health, The Hechinger Report found that traditional measures of well-being don't match what youth are saying about their mental health.
Using COVID relief funds, Arizona canceled massive medical debt for one million residents
Next City investigates how medical debt will be canceled for up to 1 million Arizona residents under the American Rescue Plan Act.

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